I am having a very hard time deciding what part of the Steven Garcia being hired by Saturday Down South to do something (“I am definitely going to be doing it, but I am not exactly sure what I am going to be doing”) story is the most Garcia-ish.
I mean, there’s this…
Garcia, who is once again sporting hair to his shoulders, was interviewed and hired at a blackjack table at the Hard Rock Casino in Tampa, Roberts said.
… and then there’s this:
“He said, ‘Do you want me to cut my hair?’ I said, ‘No, all of our fans call it the Stephen Garcia Mullet. You have to keep it,’” Roberts said.
What is it about South Carolina quarterbacks and mullets?
I’m going to go out on a limb here and suggest that alcohol was involved.
Hey, look who’s joining the blogger ranks!
Former South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia is getting a voice in the media world.
Saturday Down South on Sunday revealed via Twitter on Sunday that it was bringing Garcia on board later in the summer.
You can probably guess what’s coming next.
Suggestions? You guys got a lifestyle editor?
It’s nice to see that Stewart Mandel’s attitude about bloggers has evolved from this…
But I’m afraid you give me far too much credit in terms of my clout in the realm of cyberspace. Have you read some of the bloggers out there? Here’s a little sampling from the first few pages of a Google search involving my name: “SI’s Stewart Mandel: I get paid to write 2+2=4″ (jonathantu.wordpress.com), “Stewart Mandel is an idiot and I hope UGA bites him in the rear end” (Dawgsports.com) and “Stewart Mandel needs a long vacation” (thenittanyline.blogspot.com). I’m guessing you’d have a better chance getting these guys to actually shave and shower on consecutive days than participate in any idea that originated from me.
… to leading off with a quote from MGoBlog’s Brian Cook in today’s piece.
Either that, or he’s confirmed that Cook showers and shaves every day.
Some things to take your mind off… well, you know what.